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patriots returning home to quiet gillette stadium. we are with the fans who waited to say thanks. >> gene: working itet get back on schedule. the impact heavy snow on the south is still having on logan this morning and new potential storm we are tracking this week. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 now on monday morning. it is january 25th, appreciate you being with us this morning, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. we are looking forward to a warm-up this week after blizzard conditions over the weekend. meteorologist shiri spear back from vacation and starting with the teens and 20s this morning. >> shiri: a little cool but trouble free weather on the way, you can see all the northeast and mid-atlantic states enjoying some dry weather after those blizzard conditions over the weekend, but yes, we are starting out a little bit cool this morning which means we got 26 in boston as the sun comes up over the cape, 23
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30 nantucket, but we dropped all the way down to 7 in norwood, 17 in plymouth, 18 in bedford with lower 20s from worcester to fitchburg to nashua, new hampshire, so quite the variation on the map, good day to use the fox25 weather app to pinpoint exactly what you're going to be dealing with in particular town or city and 9:00 a.m. warm-up underway and mid to upper 20s on the map, it will end up being mostly sunny today with a couple scattered clouds mixing in from time to time and lunchtime right around freezing and even the drive home from work it is going to be close to freezing and between there it will hit highs about 34 to 38 today, dry and bright, very january like temperatures, this is exactly where we should be this time of the year, but i have a nice warm-up coming your way tomorrow and for wednesday as well. going to break that down coming up and julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic. julie, things have turned busy in the last half hour, so where
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>> julie: start with the tweet 93 southbound right at 128 multiple vehicle crash one lane closed. we also have two accidents right in the same spot, one is on 128 southbound, that accident is at route 2. the other is on route 2 eastbound right before 128 and you can see and traffic slow through lexington and you almost up to burlington 128 southbound and other trouble spot 128 northbound, exit ramp partially blocked as you approach 95 and here are the live drive, 42 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 29 minutes on the expressway from the brant split to the pike, 45 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: new this morning a busy 24-hour convenience store in everett is the scene of an apparent robbery. >> sara: despite a violent crime the store is still open this morning. jessica reyes is live outside and you spoke to some of the workers.
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4:00 this morning when we first got here, the workers inside the convenience store did confirm to me there was an incident here right around 1:00 this morning, and police were out the here for several hours investigating. by the time we got here at 4:00 the scene was cleared, prises have been out here quite sometime, and it is a very busy tedeschi's on 99 runs through the middle of everett and initial reports early this morning indicate this was an armed robbery, two men apparently ran into the store and reportedly pistol-whipped a clerk getting away with undisclosed amount of cash. now, police are still investigating, the investigation is still very fresh, so they are not releasing whole lot of information at this point, but we understand that they are still searching for two suspects there was at least one ambulance here early this morning. it is not clear how the clerk is doing, but we do have calls into the everett police department waiting to get some more information. once we do get more details confirmed, we will pass those right along to you.
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in everett, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: the patriots are already back home. the buses pulled into gillette overnight, and we are expecting a news conference from bill belichick around 9:00 this morning. fox25 michael henrich is live in foxborough. and michael, while most folk were sleeping, we did find a few fans that braved the elements to welcome the team home after a disappointing trip to denver. >> michael: yes, indeed. they were out here with signs, they were waving, cheering at the players as they came here on the team buses to gillette stadium. at this point since the last report the sun has risen here over gillette stadium as unfortunately patriots nation comes to terms with the fact that the sun has set on their team season. the patriots team buses returned to gillette stadium not with tickets to the super bowl but tickets to the offseason. >> why did you come out here tonight? >> support the patriots. >> michael: family of patriots season ticket holder from
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a school night to greet the team as they arrived around 1:30 this morning. after losing the afc championship game in denver. >> want to let stephen know we support him. >> michael: fans at the stadium and watch parties on sunday say they are proud of their patriots for getting so far in a year filled with controversy and injuries. >> of course, fan for many, many years and still happy with the season, a lot of injuries. i think if they had the number one seed it would have made a real lot of difference, but they fought hard and still proud of them regardless. end. the game is not over until it is over, you know, and sad ending but we got another year coming. >> come back next year and go to
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>> michael: when gronk caught thought it was different. players will be here later this morning, clear out the locker rooms and expected to speak with fox25 as well as others. of course in their locker room reflecting on the season as it has ended. live in foxborough, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: patriots have history of trouble playing in denver and yesterday's loss add another chanted to it. tom leyden has post game reaction from the mile high city >> tom: well orchestrated today and this is what homefield advantage gets you, emotional lift, sea of oranges in the stands and thunderous start to the game. peyton manning striking first to set the tone. >> not anything different. you know, just geout there and make the play, and came up short, man. that's a good team. >> we didn't come out making plays right away. we needed to settle down a little bit. i think anxiousness of the game.
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passengers today, constantly clawing with tom brady looking up at the sky too much. >> never could play at the league, not on our terms and uphill battle all day. >> proud of our guys. fought right to the very end like they always do, and you know in the end we could not make enough plays. >> tom: fair enough because the pats had opportunities and difference came down to the mixed extra point bye-bye stephen gostkowski. >> sickening feeling. can't put into words. nothing i can do about it now. >> tom: very admirable for gostkowski to shoulder the blame but there's a lot of blames around as the patriots season comes to the end. that's the story, tom leyden, fox25 news. >> gene: nfl's hottest team this season heading to the super bowl. carolina panthers, cam newton and team rolled over arizona cardinals in the nfc championship game. newton hit cory brown and 86-yard touchdown and the route
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legs on the ground. he leaps over the line, barely gets in but that's a td, and then later newton will race around the end, turn the corner, take 12 yards for the superman like touchdown, diving into the end-zone, panthers win it 49-15 and listed as four-point early favorites over the broncos in super bowl l. we are expecting bill belichick hold his end of the news conference later this morning. we will bring you his comments live during the fox25 morning news at 9:00. >> sara: this morning police continue to investigate the death of a man who was hit by a snowplow in boston. this happened yesterday morning in dorchester. nicholas tammaro was hit near the intersection of dorchester ave and harbor view street. a neighbor tells fox25 it happened just steps from his front door. >> you could still see the plow truck, and you could see it was white blankets under it because they couldn't get him out at the time. >> sara: a witness tells fox25 at the time of the accident the area haven't been shoveled yet and people were walking in the street.
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tammaro was hit but the driver is cooperating. so far no charges have been filed. >> gene: 7:00 searest this morning, happening today man from hisman will appear in court accused of shooting off a gun near a plow truck. happened saturday night near rocky hill road in plymouth. no one was hurt and police are still trying to figure out why bruce o'brien fired the gun. he is facing several charges including carrying fire arm and under the influence with assault with a dangerous weapon. >> sara: this morning police working to determine if break-in at local pizza place connected to rash of similar crimes. methodune police first released the video from romano's pizza saturday. they captured man stealing safe and then running off. it was one of six burglaries at methuen businesses saturday which police believe were committed by the same man. they are urging people to take good look at the unusual way he walked and hope that will be the key to tracking him down.
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isis appears to show most of the terrorists that carried out the november attacks in paris. the graphic images show the men at isis terror campuses in iraq and syria and this is first prove it was by isis in syria and hundreds were attacked in soccer and threatens new attack on united kingdom. >> gene: president obama solving a lingering prom from the vietnam war. president wants to find and remove the bombs in laos. 30% didn't explode and to this today they continue to kill or injury people. the president will announce details during trip to laos this fall. >> julie: we we track traffic and weather every ten minutes.
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>> sara: there's a lot of work to do to get the city back up and running after near low 2 feet of snow paralyzed the region. d.c., baltimore, new york, new jersey, all hit hard by the snow fox25 catherine parrotta is monitoring the conditions this
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really a dangerous storm. >> catherine: blizzard killed at least 30 people in the path and today cities across the mid-atlantic are struggling to clean up and d.c. may have the most work to do and take a look at image, federal local government will remain as d.c. digs out the, parts of the city was one to 3 feet of snow and today the metro will also severely limited service and nearly all schools willed remain closed. official there are urging drivers to stay off the roads. in fact, officials say they will aggressively ticket anyone that ventures out and gets stuck. the tickets could cost $750. >> while we have made progress there's still a lot more to do. >> catherine: businesses shut down and people unable to drive, there was a snowball fight and what you're looking at now is not a light moment. that was a traffic jam on pennsylvania turnpike and official have been apologizing that and video there from new
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flooding in from coastal communities there. the digging out continues and we will continue to monitor the situation with you throughout the morning. sara, back over to you. >> sara: the snowstorm claimed 14 lives including a new jersey woman and one-year-old son who died of carbon monoxide poisoning. the pair found passed out in their car with three-year-old girl inside as well. all three were sitting inside trying to stay warm while the father shoveled out the car. the tailpipe was covered in snow causing carbon monoxide to seen into the vehicle. the mother and son died at the hospital. the three-year-old girl survived but is in critical condition at pneumonia hospital. >> julie: route 2 in lexington and see stretching back to route 3 in burlington and heavy on 93 south starting in woburn continue through medford and into somerville and route 1
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area and expressway and up to columbia road. here is live look at the expressway. a little bright out there as you head past the gas tank but that volume remains steady and heavy. 44 minutes on pike from 495 to mass ave and braintree split to the pike, almost an hour 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. you went from palm trees to snowboots again and those snowboots will come in handy especially later in the week. >> shiri: they would have been very handy. this is what i landed in. i've sure for should have you cleaning up and east falmouth 15 inches of snow and almost foot in nantucket and half foot in boston and in worcester less than three inches of snow. that, of course, does not compare at all to what we saw
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the way over to west virginia. one and a half to 3 feet of snow on the ground, this is mostly fresh powder from the weekend storm system and yes, we are watching the potential of another late week nor'easter. nothing carved in stone yet. folks just an early heads up that it is possible. 26 in boston right now, seeing mostly sunny skies. a little bit of a wind chill here. i got winds running at 10 miles per hour, winds will not be all that strong through the day today, but it is creating a little bit of wind chill, 10 cooler when you factor in. 28 at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. 31 and temperatures in boston hitting the middle 30s this afternoon. look at how much cooler it is in norwood though. almost 20 cooler starting in the single digits, only seven outside in norwood with the sunshine, temperatures are probably going to warm up a little slowly here, so i think 9:00 a.m. easily still be in the teens, but there will be a big temperature jump late-morning
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so you could see the breakdown of the highs 35 in boston, 34 in beverly and portsmouth, new hampshire to 35 in worcester, 38 in fitchburg, lawrence 35 , middle 30s beverly -- excuse me bedford down to norwood and plymouth at 37 and even 38 nantucket, so there are warmer spots today, but generally speaking mid to upper 30s we will do it for almost all of us, sunshine and scattered clouds, a little more cloud cover inland, but today is pretty quiet, overnight tonight, get passing clouds and as you wake up tuesday morning at 7:00 a.m., we start with a little touch of sunshine. but this is next weather maker that's coming in, up ahead of it we get the warmer air which is really going to boost high temperatures tomorrow, but it is also going to stir up a couple spot showers. this is not a lot of wet weather tomorrow but during the afternoon and even the evening hour there will be a couple patchy showers popping up on radar, it is long gone on the time you wake up wednesday morning and watch for a couple icy spots as temperatures turn chilly overnight.
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always in view for tomorrow's rain though, just want to give you idea of how little rain we are talking about, you could see rain totals really not piling up looking at under a tenth of inch of rain, wednesday couple flurries with almost all day 30s, cooler thursday and friday and friday is the day where we have possible nor easter, one of the forecast molds showing you here not differentiating between the snow and the rain because a little bit of both is possible with this forecast. i got another one that keeps almost all of that moisture offshore. so still a lot to fine-tune with end of the week forecast, 40s over the weekend with more clouds and couple sprinkles on sunday. back to you. >> gene: more than foot of snow being dumped from the storm and sandwich heavy winds caused
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waves crashed over sea wall and minor flooding but homeowner got through it. >> as bad as storm to what happened a year ago. >> gene: national weather service declared official blizzard for chatham, plymouth and marshfield. >> sara: another plane part has washed ashore in the pacific and fueling rumor it may belong to malaysian missing but some rule it out. sara: touching moment
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>> sara: federal safety investigators confirm a ninth american has been killed by a defective airbag at the center of massive recall. victim was killed when the takata airbag exploded and pieces of metal struck them. so far more than 20 million vehicles of devices have been recalled. sara: new this morning lawsuit filed ten years ago against a major cigarette
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boston courtroom. a group of smokers allege maker of marlboro and virginia slims made defective cigarettes. the group says the knew the products could have made safer with fewer carcinogens and they hope philip morris to pay for screenings to detect cancer. >> sara: this weekend flint, michigan got a special delivery. canadian hockey team windsor spit fires donated 66,000 bottles of water to the area and gofundme was set up to raise money and donors raised $250,000. the water in flight is undrinklable because it is filled with lead. problem came when they changed source from lakes to contaminated river. >> sara: amazing video with the rest of the world. video shows the moment 15-year-old son trevor woke up
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trevor started feeling sick in 2014. he had enlarged heart which made it difficult to breathe. after waking up trevor said he never felt so good. he is still recovering but so far no complications. good for him. >> gene: absolutely. >> sara: well tell you where the state wants to put poisonous rattle snakes right in the middle of largest source of drinking water. you heard us right. we explain this straight ahead. >> shiri: teens and 20s as you wake up and nice bright skies and don't forget the sunglasses now and heading home from work. still got temps in the 30s. show where you we are close to 40 in between next. >> gene: well-known
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and i approve this message. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:30 on the fox25 morning news. folks waking up long faces this morning after the patriots loss yesterday. >> sara: yeah. not only a loss but it is cold outside but here is the bright news. it is going to warm up a tad, right? >> gene: spring training right around the corner. somebody pointed that out. it is good. >> shiri: much warmer thoughts than what i'm forecasting.
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tomorrow and the next day but right now boston 26, 23 peabody 19 and dedham and wellesley 17 in framingham and we got more teens in spencer, barre and maynard at 17 , fitchburg 18 and 21 in windham, new hampshire, 18 in marshfield, 15 in bridgewater and 20s down to the cape and got a few clouds out there and overall looking nice and bright and keeping it cool this morning, by noon time up around 32 and by 3:00 p.m. 36 seasonable, these temperatures exactly where we should be. in fact, check this out. in fact, forecasting 36 today, average high for this date 36 . now the sun is up, warm-up can kick off, take you town by town and break down the hot spots when i come back in just a few and julie grauert standing by with live drive time traffic and julie, it is not just the roads, also the "t" where we are happy. >> catherine: it is the "t" where we struggle there so afternoon and let you know red line experiencing some moderate delays southbound right now because of earlier longfellow
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over to a look at the map though we have a multicar crash, near route 60, salem street on 93 south, that is increasing your drive time on 93. expressway totally jammed from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and we do have a new accident there as well, popped up in the last few minutes and get the details for you. here is look at the expressway where we are seeing typically high volume. here are live drive times, 47 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 31 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, almost an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: all right, julie, at the height of the storm there were more than 4,000 flights that were canceled or delayed. this morning airlines are still playing catch-up. >> sara: fox25 stephanie coueignoux is watching the progress at logan this morning. we understand it has been a rough few days for people there, stephanie. >> stephanie: sara, it has been pretty busy here at terminal c. now the line have shortened a little bit but i have to tell
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surprisingly quiet and probably just a lot of people just exhausted from all of these cancellations and delays. now, i just checked, 62 cancellations up from an hour ago, it was 60, of course, a huge improvement from just a few days that we have been seeing its massive storm. but take a look at this. we actually caught up with this man that slept here overnight in terminal c and he told me he was stranded in new york city this weekend, describing the entire event as unreal. he said that he walks down the middle of broadway and because there was 2 feet of snow there wasn't anyone, any car in sight. he told us he was supposed to take a greyhound buses from new york city here to boston last night, but every single bus was canceled until tomorrow morning, so he ended up taking amtrak which he said was also quite the adventure. >> it was absolutely ridiculous. taking the train, doors would
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and it was absolutely insane. >> stephanie: he says he is just so glad to be back on his way to houston this morning, but airports in the d.c. area, new jersey, new york, philly still having issues, and again, it could take several more days for everything to get back to normal now, i did speak to one man that's hoping to get to d.c. later on this morning and coming up in the 8:00 hour, one resource he says he is not expect much of when he arrives. live at logan airport, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> gene: pats home after a loss to the bronx. they arrived overnight at gillette stadium. few fans showed the support and those diehards have already turned the page on the season. >> come back next year and to go to super bowl next year. >> gene: rough morning for this guy. he was up at 1:30 and he has
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we are expecting bill belichick to hold end of the season news conference later this morning and we will bring you his comments live at fox25 morning news at 9:00. >> sara: new this morning learning more details about a violent robbery in everett. fox25 jessica reyes live outside the tedeschi's this morning and this is a 24-hour store, jess, workers inside at the time. >> jessica: they were, jess. busy store and also police in here in several hours this morning. now, we are still working to get some more information from police. this is an active investigation as they are still searching for the two people involved, but initial reports overnight around 1:00 this morning, did indicate this was an armed robbery, two men reportedly ran into the storm, one of them pistol-whipped a collection and two of them got away with undisclosed amount of cash. now, we know again police were out here for a couple hour this morning looking into this. from what we understand right
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on the loose. we know at least one ambulance calling here this morning, but not clear at this point how the clerk is doing and working with police to bring you more information and as soon as we get the details confirmed we will bring them to you. live in everett, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: high-speed chase following a stolen united solutions and man at the center of the chase is in the hospital and likely face a long list of charms. fox25 obtained surveillance video suspect running from police and officers say he was driving a stolen suv which caused a nine car crash. eventually officers with guns drawn captured the man behind the convenience store and witnesses say it was a dangerous scene. >> sara: two other drivers sudbury river minor injuries in the nine car pile-up. one of the victims is a pregnant
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morning. no word when the driver of the suv will be in court. sara: man convicted of killing a little girl decades ago has died in prison. fox25 learned james cador died inside a california prison this weekend. he was sentenced to life for killing marilyn arruda. the case went through four trials and number of appeals making it one of the longest trials in u.s. history. >> gene: we are 1 week out from the iowa caucus, and democratic hopefully hillary clinton is celebrating a big endorsement from the boston globe. the news came yesterday. paper says clinton would make a better president than rival bernie sanders. the backing could help sway undecided voters in new hampshire. right now sanders is beating clinton in the polls. >> sara: and donald trump is taking credit for sanders lead over clinton. take a listen as he explains the role in the big poling. >> i was the best thing that
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because my attack on hillary all of a sudden she went down and sanders got all the credit for it. right? >> sara: at appearance in iowa over the weekend trump said sanders should thank him. he says attack on hillary clinton made poling numbers drop tonight trump bringing the campaign back to new hampshire with an event in farmington. then he will zip out of the state for a few other appearances before returning on friday. this mark the final push for support now that we are just two weeks out from the first in the nation primary. sara: trump also taking aim at potential rival that's thinking about getting into the presidential race. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg exploring an independent run for the white house. the billionaire says he will run if trump and bernie sanders are the nominees. trump said he would love bloomberg to run because former mayor has opposite views on gun control, abortion and other big
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bloomberg, by the way, is from medford. >> gene: new plan to breed 150 rattedle snakes in middle of major water resource. according to the boston globe the state wants to revive the endangered species on island in quabbin let voir and people oppose say rattle snakes can make ways to hiking trails and homes. state says they pose no threat because snakes would die in the water. >> sara: law prohibit employers from discriminating on wages and other compensation. companies that violate the law could face fines and prove they were discriminated against. the senate is scheduled to take up the bill on thursday. sara: mbta will begin hearings on proposed fare hike. they will meet at breed middle school in min and there are also meetings taking place this week
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transit agency has proposed raising fairs up to 10%. there are also changes planned for the commuter rail schedule. >> gene: brighter lights soon to be the newest feature in boston and create safer area for pedestrians around the downtown area. a total of 325led fixtures will go up. the new lights have 20 year lifespan and expected to save the city 300,000-kilowatt hours per year. the herald reports that the lights would be changing colors depending what's going on like we have seen with prudential center and lights on the zakim bridge. gene: this week mark 30 years since massive disaster. 30 years ago challenger shuttle killed seven people including new hampshire teacher christa mcauliffe. she was a social studios teacher she was chosen from 11,000 applicants. she was supposed to give two
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o ring in one of the rockets failed causing the deadly explosion. >> shiri: i got no snow in the forecast for today but the chances start going up for rain tomorrow and by the end of the week we are actually tracking a mix, so going to give you hour-by-hour look at potential wet weather next. >> gene: record breaking cold around the globe and part of the year that just saw snow for the first time in 115 years.
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and how they e >> gene: intense manhunt underway from men that cut way through steel bars and made it through plumbing tunnels and
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form a rope and repel off the roof and investigators in orange county say they have a few tips and leads but there has been no citings of the men so far and they believe they prepared the escape for several week or months and one of the men is wanted for murder. gene: two men pulled over outof sacramento, california friday and ran cruise frozen -- across the frozen river to escape and men called 911 saying they were freezing to death and begged to be arrested. swat team waited for snowstorm to clear before going to pick them up. >> never seen two people happier to go to jail because they knew warm. >> gene: both men were treated for hypothermia and frostbite before being charged by police. >> sara: investigators now believe a large piece of metal
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and speculation that it could be from malaysia airlines 370 which disappeared two years ago and that flight believed to have crashed far away from thailand. this morning a japanese company says the debris is likely part of a rocket which was launched from southern japan. sara: severe turbulents on board a plane left three flight attendants and four passengers with injuries and rest of the plane's passengers were put in hotels for the night. >> gene: treacherous fall being used for safety campaign. woman fell 1,000 feet in alaska. you could see she is thrown around like a rag doll, loses skis and continues to fall and incredibly she walked away with only two jammed fingers. >> sara: most of new england was very lucky this weekend. the big blizzard stayed to the south.
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streets to all traffic on saturday, and that was all the amateur film makers needed to get to work and started snowboarding through manhattan and rode through the heart of times square and most of the video was before traffic but some was shot after the ban took effect. so far the video has been viewed more than 18 million times. we should do that on newbury street in the next snowstorm and also in new york, one famous face spotted having fun in the snow. >> two words, hot chocolate. >> sara: aerosmith front man steven tyler and daughter mia ended up being interviewed on saturday. tyler said he was in manhattan spending time with daughter and grandson milo. the family spent time having a
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he is such a nice guy. >> gene: nobody cooler -- not weather sense -- than steven tyler. reporter had had her eyes popped out, i get. >> julie: moving along fine hingham, weymouth and up to braintree and new accident 128 northbound near washington street in canton, not having huge impact though on the drive time quite yet. we are seeing an accident on the expressway, it is northbound right now, it is a multi-vehicle crash right after columbia road. here is live look at the expressway where pretty typical volume past 14 freeport street. over to the live drive times, 16
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braintree split, 11 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128, 13 minutes on 95 as you approach 128. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. if ever ran into steven tyler i might have asked dude looks like a lady song. >> shiri: since me your responses. very, very cool. form of warming temperatures and mother nature help melt a little bit of snow not so much today with temperatures just getting into the middle 30s, but tomorrow 46 , 40 on wednesday, late week things start to cool down and that's kind of the key to the next weather maker here and potential of late week snow and we got high pressure today which is going to help keep us nice and bright. this is the next one coming into town, and that rolls in tomorrow, and as it does, it is going to warm up, temperatures give us a little bit of boost but bring in enough moisture to provide some spot rain showers here during the afternoon on
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right now in boston, mostly sunny, a little bit of wind chill, 10 cooler when you step into the breeze and winds not going to be that active today, winds only five to 10 miles per hour for most of us, so no need to focus on wind chill on the flip side and 9:00 a.m. plain old temperature at 28 and 11:00 a.m. 31, here we come middle 30s this afternoon, back down to freezing by 7:00 p.m. in boston and showing sunshine, scattered clouds, cloud cover further inland you go and pretty quiet monday and both morning commute monday and evening commute and during the day tomorrow, clouds start to thicken up and get partial sun for the first half of the day and noon time tomorrow and i want to point out, in come the clouds, and start seeing the spot showers and green going to be very limited on the map, so widely scattered showers around, a lot more dry than wet spots here for your tuesday afternoon and evening, and future cast here with the latest run coming in even dryer than it looks
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plan a come showers popping you want here, most areas south eastern massachusetts during the evening hours on tuesday, back to today's temperatures though where you don't find too much variation from the coast to the interior, 35 in boston, 37 in watertown, arlington and newton and 35 in milton and find those middle 30s even out to worcester at 35 , manchester, new hampshire and portsmouth 35 and 37 norwood and plymouth and the vineyard, 38 in fitchburg this afternoon, and going to be bright for us, clouds passing through tonight with temps back into the 20s and not 40s but close to 50 for spots like new bedford, the vineyard, hyannis, all at 48, 49 , 46 in boston and 44 in manchester, new hampshire. here is 7-day forecast for the weekend always in view because got flurries on wednesday and next potential nor'easter coming to town on friday with mix of rain and snow but still a lot to
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>> gene: back here at 7:53 this morning and twitter making shake-up. top executives leaving the company. last night ceo says the four would be taking some well deserved time off. and expected to be part of bigger changes in the company and stock plummeting and struggling to attract new users. gene: rumor floating around the new apple project they are working on would be a four inch iphone and replace the iphone 5s saying the phone will have all the features of the bigger iphone six in a smaller package. the new phone won't be revealed until the fall. >> sara: twitter uproar this morning after actress is bumped
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andy mcdowell was in four weddings and funeral and she said help, they put me in tourist and then people said she was spoiled but she said she deserves what she paid for. gene: six episode series of x files premiered last night on fox and #xfiles quickly started trending on twitter. they expect to be stories to be x files of the past but new modern twist and see the next five episodes monday night at 8:00 only on fox25. >> backup for you all. gene: really big surprise from the local police department
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pickup game with former nba star shaq and neighbor called police to complain that the teens were making noise while playing hoops and video of the teens and social media with #hoopsnotacrime and brought team of officers and shaq said he would backup the officers. >> sara: can you imagine those kids. >> gene: following along and made a difference. gene: list of closures at the bottom of the screen, you see them, but particular forecast getting a lot of attention for the screen in the scrawl. >> shiri: when to plan on the next rain and snow mix coming up. >> sara: new video from isis
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>> gene: violent crime reported at busy local convenience store. we will take you live to the scene as we wait on new information from police. >> sara: pats are back in foxborough and overnight support of the team and why fans are already thinking about next year. >> gene: sleeping in the airport just waiting to get home complete new england news this is the fox25 morning news. everybody. it is monday, january 25th. i'm sara underwood. as well. that's over, blizzard now over. warm-up will begin so we have
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fox25 meteorologist shiri spear back from vacation and look at warming temps this week. >> shiri: kind of nice to look at map and see the entire northeast, mid-atlantic states all the way back to the great lakes, feeling dry weather this morning, so we are getting you to work with apartly to measure skies, 27 in boston, 20 in beverly, 14 in plymouth and got a ton of teens on the map now norwood at 12 , bedford 18, worcester 21. believe it or not norwood actually cooler last hour when it was only seven. so at least again temperatures starting to very slowly crime and by 10:00 this morning we are going to be in the upper 20s in most locations as we hit lunchtime today it is going to be right around freezing, couple spots below freezing but again, that brighter forecast is going to feel just so much warmer, especially with the nice light winds this afternoon and afternoon temperatures here as you head home from work still going to be close to freezing
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evening commute and get highs from 34 to 38 , nice and bright, seasonable temperatures for this point in january and even warmer temperatures day tomorrow and look at warming trend and julie grauert now with live drive time traffic and, julie, i know you have a new accident on the map. >> julie: yes, i do, take you to live pictures right now from sky fox, expressway southbound right after south bay mall, accident is off to the right-hand side, right-hand shoulder but we still have a few cars and slowing down to give enough space to not cause any more trouble, so heading southbound on the expressway you will see some delays all the way back up into downtown boston. shifting north waiting to the accident to clear on 93 south it is near route 60 salem street and hour 495 to mass ave, 40 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and hour and three minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. sara and gene, back to you.
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police are still working to track down the suspects in armed store. fox25 jessica reyes is live outside the store in everett where police spent much of the morning investigating. good morning, jess. >> sara:. >> jessica: good morning, sara it happened at convenience store at busy broadway in everett. there was an incident here, police were out here for quite sometime, this is right on broadway, 99 which runs through the center of everett as you can tell very busy store and very busy street here and initial reports we first got at 1:00 this morning did indicate this was an armed robbery, two men reportedly came into the store, pistol-whipped the clerk and got cash. police not releasing whole lot of information just yet, but we know at least one ambulance called to the scene and working itet get update how the clerk was doing and where the investigation stands this
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that we pass it along to you. live in everett, fox25 news. >> gene: earlier this morning the buses rolled into foxborough as% returned home most of us were asleep and few fans braved the cold to welcome the team back and one family was there i guess kind of as official welcome wagon for the team. >> michael: they were the greeters, had signs, cheers, waves all down pat and patriots returned here to gillette stadium they did show eventually later today to clean out their lockers. patriots team buses returned to gillette stadium not with tickets to the super bowl but tickets to the offseason. >> michael: why did you come out here tonight? >> support the patriots.
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cold to show support. >> we wanted stephen to know we support him, wasn't his fault. >> michael: fans at stadium and watch parties on sunday say they are proud of patriots for getting so far in year filled with controversy and injuries. >> fan for many, many years and still happy with season, a lot of injuries and number one seed would have made a lot of difference and fought hard and still be proud of them regardless. >> i had faith until the bitter end. game is not over until it is over. saddening but we got another year coming. >> come back next year and go to the super bowl next year. >> michael: there's always next year, was incredible season considering how many injuries there were to still make it to the afc championship game. nonetheless, the season is over, the patriots will be back here later this morning to clear out their lockers and reflect on the season.
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to speak with them. live in foxborough, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: patriots have a long list of trouble playing in denver and yesterday added to it sports director tom leyden has more from mile high city. >> tom: sports authority field this is what homefield advantage gets you, sea of orange fans and setting the tone. >> not anything different. we came up short, a good team. >> didn't make plays right away, needed to settle down a little bit, anxiousness of the game. >> michael: >> tom: pats were like passengers today, tom brady looking up at the sky far too much. too much. >> never play on our term, so uphill battle all day. >> proud of our guys, fought to
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and couldn't play it -- make enough plays. >> tom: pats had more opportunities but difference came down to the missed extra point by the previously perfect stephen gostkowski. >> can't put into words -- nothing i can do about it now. >> tom: very admirable for him to shoulder the blame but we nethere's a lot of things that made the end. >> gene: nfl hottest team heading to the super bowl, cam newton hits cory brown for 86-yard touchdown and newton did it on the ground a couple of times and barely in the end-zone and in there for the td and later newton race around the right side, turn the corner and dive in like superman, 12 yards
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49-15 and listed four-point favorites over the broncos in super bowl 50. we are expect patriots head coach bill belichick to hold end of the season news conference in less than 1 hour we will bring that live on the fox25 morning news at 9:00. >> sara: police continue to investigate the death of man hit by a snowplow in dorchester. nicholas tammaro was hit at dorchester ave and harbor view street. neighbor tells fox25 it happened just steps from tammaro's front yard. >> still see the plow truck and white blankets because they couldn't get him out at the time. >> sara: witness tells fox25 at the time of the accident the area haven't been shoveled yet and people walking in the street and unclear how tammaro is hit but the driver is cooperating. so far no charges have been filed. >> gene: man from whitman appear in court after shooting off a gun it happened rocky hill
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no one was hurt. police still trying to figure out why bruce o'brien fired the gun. he is facing several charges including firing a gun. sunglasses looking at whether break-in of police place along with other crimes. man taking safe and taking off. it was one of six burglaries in methuen on saturday and police believe they were all committed by the same man. vocational rehabilitation are looking to look at the unusual way he walks and hope this will be the key to tracking him down. >> sara: happened yesterday in concord, new hampshire and clerk was cut on the hand when he used a stick to fight back.
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looking for white man in his 40s with gray facial hair. >> gene: graphic image show isis terror camps in sir request and iraq and some shown beheading prisoners and this is the first proof the paris attacks planned by isis leaders in syria. 130 people were killed, hundreds more injured when authorities attacked a soccer stadium, concert hall and restaurants in the french capital and other part of the video isis threatens new attack on the united kingdom. >> julie: shiri? >> shiri: temperatures now beginning to arrive, a lot of teens out there, 18 if heading 9:00 a.m., 23 and by 10:00 a.m. 26 . i will show what you time we hit
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>> sara: still trying to dig out from massive storm. it is not new york.
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are still snowed in. and today the metro will offer severely limited service in nearly all schools will remain closed. officials there are urging drivers to stay off the roads. knack, officials say they will aggressively ticket and tow anyone that ventures and gets stuck in the streets and tickets could cost as much as $750. >> catherine: plenty time for light hearted moments and snowball flights taking place there and, of course, many families taking advantage of prime flooding conditions as well. of course, elsewhere other cities are slowly trying to get
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shoveling out and struggled with power outages and flooding after high water flowed through the streets and despite the challenges in d.c. the celtics are still scheduled to be there for a game tonight. parrotta. sara and gene, over to you. >> gene: crashed over sea wall yesterday morning and minor flooding to streets and homes and homeowners did manage to get through it. we got pictures from viewers over the weekend, it is just
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they got in that part of the state. >> julie: taking you out to the roads right now and well salted and well cleared. on and off ramps and neighborhood roads take a little bit slow out there and chunks and accident to wait to clear 93 southbound near route 30, salem street as you head southbound on 93. this accident hasn't cleared either, on the expressway southbound to multicar accident right before columbia road. having some issues on route 3 as well, we had an accident right after route 18 and now we have one near washington street on route 3 northbound. remains heavy and steady northbound and 30 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 42 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and about an hour 15 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and asking
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warm-up because that's what we are going to be seeing for now. >> shiri: i think we are all ready for a warm-up. melting going on here, not too much melting today because temperatures make it only into the 30s but nice and bright to start off the morning in boston after we start with the sunshine and you know what, we will end with the sunshine as well, so head into the 30s today for most of us middle 30s, 40s tomorrow, so there's the warm-up, but because it is going to be milder tomorrow, we got rain, not snow in tuesday afternoon forecast and we will have to watch for another nor'easter possibly on friday. still determining whether or not it is going to make it onshore and offshore, so still a lot to iron out the between now and friday and we got a lot of time to do it and certainly be changes to the forecast models in that time, 27 with the sunshine in boston, got a little bit of breeze that we have been watching this morning, dropping down only 8 miles per hour now and it was ten last hour, so that's good news, winds are lightening, wind chills not
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by 10:00 this morning, noon 33, we get into the middle 30s in boston right around 2:00 p.m. when we hit the highs and then we start losing heat. norwood 12 and welcome back to the double digit, only seven last hour and got the sunshine, which is warming you up, 20 at 10:00 this morning, jump up to 33 by noon time today and get into the middle 30s there as well and finally worcester at only 21 , going to be a little cooler here this afternoon and still get up to 33 this afternoon under partly sunny skies. we will have some scattered clouds mixing with the sunshine today and bedford, plymouth, norwood, worcester at 33 , 35 in nashua and keene, new hampshire chatham at 35. future cast highlighting the sunshine, scattered clouds, which will favor the interior a little bit here from drive home from work, sunshine into central massachusetts and southern
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to pretty bright skies and future cast here now arriving at tomorrow morning with partly sunny skies, but this is the next weather maker that's going to be moving on in. as it does, we will see spot showers begin to pop up during the afternoon, 3:00 p.m. as kids are coming home from school, there will be a couple damp spots out there but many more dry verses wet areas here tomorrow afternoon and evening, 9:00 p.m. potential for hit or miss rain showers and wednesday morning you're going to wake up, going to be dry again, could be a couple icy spots out there for wednesday morning commute. here is 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view. wednesday ends up being cooler and most of the day 30s with couple flurries around, thursday increasing clouds, temperatures get to 33 , so it is cooler here end of the week which makes way to next storm system here which we will be tracking for friday and you can see here friday mostly eastern and southeastern
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possible rain and snow here but this is not a guarantee. this is only one forecast model. like i said, my other one keeps all the moisture offshore, so just an early heads up rain and snow possible on friday, we are going to be watching that and fine-tuning that and over the weekend 40s, dry, chance of sprinkle or flurry on tuesday. >> gene: record low temperatures wreaking havoc in several asian countries. this is the first snowfall in 115 years on subtropical island off the coast of japan. at least five people have died in japan and schools are closed in hong kong as well. gene: mushrooms growing on walls, ceiling, these are not abandoned buildings but public schools. what teachers are doing to improve the lives of students. man stops to fix his shoe and
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1788 it led to amending the constitution and they were not aware of the building's history. >> sara: all right, joan. peyton manning's victory over the patriots but it was the son who stole the show during the post game news conference. check this out. here is payton at the podium talking about the plays and it looks pretty normal. check out behind the podium. this is a shy marshall manning peeking out from behind dad's back and five-year-old standing by dad's side and obviously this is good reason why this is all over social media this morning. >> julie: very sweet picture of father and son. julie: every time we run cancellations in a crawl. check out this crawl, metol works business posted closure
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report for normal hours. thousands of viewers saw dale's predicament and #poordale started trending and they corrected the mistake using hashtag in update. >> sara: apparently they are making t-shirts that say poor dale. sara: australian man being called hero after he helped catch a pair of burglars. check this out. walking home after a few beers and james broke his flip-flops and buddy started recording him with his sandal when two guys pulled up behind him and broke into a closed gross row steer. james walk over, reached into the car and stole keys and burglars jumped into the car but couldn't get anywhere and police caught them a few blocks away.
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anything these days. >> julie: i would not help them go anywhere close to burglars. keep my distance. shiri, that seems idanger. >> shiri: don't do this at home kind of story. if leaving house right now, teens and 20s, a little bit cool out there and temperature hovering close to freezing as you head home from work and in between and close to 40s i will show you where it is going to be warmest next.
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: now at 8:30, live at logan airport this monday morning. airports across the country are digging out, dozens of flights are already canceled today. travelers are stranded and some people even had to sleep at the airport. tell you how airlines are working to get back to normal this morning in live report in just minutes.
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monday, january 25th. thinking tomorrow, wednesday, going to see a little more melting, of course, during the overnight hours, just be careful because some of it freezes up and that could be something that we are watching this morning and 20 right now in swampscott and hanover at 18, 15 in norton, 18 in framingham, 24 in lawrence, so teens and 20s now with 19 in mildford, mass, spencer at 17 , lower 20s go into fitchburg, temple, new hampshire, windham, new hampshire, 19 in bridgewater, 20 in plymouth and 20 in sandwich and brewster as you wake up, 19 and looking nice and sunshine will help in combination with lighter wind, making it feel like warmer day, brighter day, dry and 32 at noon, so that's about the time that we are going to hit the freezing point, 36 and
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drop it down to 30 at 7:00 p.m. with only a few clouds but see the high of 36, guess what's normal. average high for today 36 . so nothing out of the normal here. i do have some warmer weather that i'm going to break down coming up. but right now julie grauert with traffic. >> julie: earlier accident on route 3, route 3 northbound seeing heavy days as you approach 123 and take you over to live look at cameras right now and route 1 in saugus and a little more reasonable there than earlier this morning and pretty slow on leverett connector and bridge itself at decent clip. and jammed into the brighter area and look at the live drive times in a moment.
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>> sara: runways are clear but other runways running into trouble. we are seeing dozens of cancellations and some passengers had to sleep at the airport overnight. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live at the airport and you talked with some of the passengers who are still trying to get home. >> stephanie: haven't been easier for a lot of travelers. finally good news, crowds have now dissipated here at least for now terminal c and finally on the board at least for washington d.c., those cancellations have gone, but take a look and last hour, new york city now reporting a cancellation there, so it is not all good news, cancellation across the board have actually gone up to 66. only 62 an hour ago and take a look at this. people. we caught up with this man who had to sleep here overnight in terminal c. he had blanket, he had shoes off, he was trying to get
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much sleep though, he said he was stranded in new york city during that blizzard, so he ended up taking amtrak here to boston and then had to stay here at the airport until flight this morning. and then we also caught up with a man flying to d.c. his flight would change three different times in just 24 hours so because of that, because of all the mess, he is now made a change to his wardrobe just in case the streets there are still bad. >> wore cheap choose because i have a feeling walking around the streets it will be messy. >> stephanie: not only that he is not expecting a lot of cabs be up and running in d.c. so already gotten the car at the airport and again, it could be several more days before travel is back to norm but coming up at 9:00, it is not all bad news. some say there's a silver lining i will detail one experience stranded passenger said was really once in a lifetime.
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i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> gene: new this morning new england patriots back to loss of broncos and arrived overnight at gillette stadium and few fans to show support and diehards already turned the page on the season. >> come back next year and go to super bowl next year. >> gene: got got back 1:30 in the morning and he has school today. patriots head coach bill belichick hold the end of the season news conference 30 minutes from now bring comments live during the fox25 fox25 morning news at 9:00. >> sara: armed robbery at popular convenience store overnight and new now at 8:30 gotten details from police about what happened. fox25 jessica reyes is live in everett and he just got the report from police, jess, and
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>> jessica: just spoke with police a short time ago and called here to this convenience store around 1:00 this morning for an armed robbery. clerk working inside the store at the time told them two men ran in here, pistol-whipped here and demanded money. now, the clerk is asking everett police not to give out his name but did tell officers early this morning the suspects are two black men, one wearing a red jacket, other wearing a blue jacket. police say he was bleeding pretty badly from his head and rushed to whidden hospital but fortunately police say he is expected to be okay and workers shaken up here and did not want to speak on camera when we first got here and did confirm that police was here for quite sometime investigating right around 1:00 this morning and police we know did find a bb gun on nearby summer street and they believe may have been used in this armed robbery, but as of this morning we know they are is itil trying to track down the suspects and going to be
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long, asking anyone with any information at all to give them a call right away. live in everett, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: trail of destruction in streets of brockton, cars left battered after a high-speed chase involving an suv and this morning the man at the center of the high-speed chase will have long list of charges and surveillance video and suspect running from police. officers say he was driving a stolen suv which caused a nine car crash. eventually officers with guns drawn. >> at signal and that guy coming in and other car. >> sara: two other drivers suffered minor injuries in nine car pile-up and one of the victims was pregnant woman, and she is okay this morning. no word when the driver of the suv will be in court. sara: man convicted of killing a little girl decades
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fox25 news has learned that james cador died inside a california prison this weekend. he was sentenced to life for kidnapping and killing 15-year-old marylou arruda in freetown in 1978. the case went through four trials and number of appeals making it one of the longest trials in u.s. history. >> gene: we are 1 week out from the iowa caucus and hillary clinton is celebrating a big endorsement from the boston globe. news came yesterday. paper says hillary clinton would make a better president than bernie sanders. it could help undecided voters. >> sara: donald trump taking credit for sanders lead. >> i was the best thing that ever happened to bernie sanders because my attack on hillary all of a sudden went down and
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right? >> sara: tonight trump is bringing campaign back to new hampshire with an event in farmington and zip out of state for a few other appearances before returning on friday and marks the final push for support now that we are just two weeks out for the first in the nation primary. sara: trump also taking aim at potential rival about getting into the presidential race. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg exploring independent run for the white house. the billionaire says he will run if trump and bernie sanders are the other nominees. trump says he would love bloomberg to run because former mayor has opposite views on gun control, abortion and other big issues. bloomberg, by the way, is from medford. >> gene: 8:39. boston police department trying new program to clear the back lock of citizen complaints against? er. the globe says team against mediation process in harvard and give citizens option of taking complaint to mediator. more serious complaints will
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department's internal affairs division and nearly 400 complaints are filed against officers every year. gene: scratching new plan to breed 150 rattle snakes in the middle of major water resource. according to the boston globe the state wants to revive the endangered species on an island in the quabbin reservoir and they say they can swim away to make home in hikes. they say there would be no threat because the snakes would die in the water. 8:40 this morning. city leaders hope to dress up a building and save money in the process. >> sara: wanted for murders like crime and torture and they are on the run. next how the threat inmates were able to break out of maximum security prison using towels and bed sheets. >> we don't have any rain or snow in the forecast but rain
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warrants against them and ran through the river to escape and spending several hours in the woods the men called 911 saying they were freezing to death and begged to be arrested. the swat team waited for a snowstorm to clear before going to pick them up. >> never seen two people happier to go to jail because they knew they were going to be dry and warm. >> sara: both men were treated for severe hypothermia and frostbite before being rescued by police.
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stop sticks. >> gene: officers gave man number of the legal department but because he was closed he had to pay to fix the car out of his own pocket. >> sara: investigators believe large piece of metal which washed offshore in tiatlanta was not from the missing gum bejet. there was initially speculation that could be from malaysia airline 370 which disappeared two years ago but that flight believed to have crashed far away from thailand. this morning the japanese company says debris likely part of rocket which was launched from southern japan and severe turbulence was diverted from miami to milan and left three flight attendants and four passengers with injuries. the rest of the plane's passengers put in hotels for the night. this week will mark 30 years since a horrible nasa disaster.
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challenger shuttle exploded shortly after takeoff killing seven people including new hampshire teacher krista mccola -- mcauliffe. she was supposed to give two lessons from orbit. an o ring caused the explosion. >> gene: teachers plan to protest again. detroit public school teachers protesting over the conditions of their classrooms and took pictures of the schools showing moldy ceilings, buckled wood floors and get this, mushroom even growing out of the walls and school floors. last week 88 schools closed because teachers called out sick today a judge will determine if he will throw out lawsuit against the teachers for causing number of missed school days. >> julie: mushrooms in the walls, haven't seen that before.
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delays in both directions right now because of earlier longfellow bridge track work. heading over to the maps, see heavy volume on 93 south as you head from woburn medford and into somerville. average speeds 128 southbound 13 miles per hour burlington through lexington and into waltham. look at the expressway jammed which is pretty typical from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. here is live look at the expressway past exit 13 freeport street and we are seeing those stop and go conditions. over to those live drive times, 54 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave. 39 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. almost an hour on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us and saw on traffic cameras nice and bright and expect temperatures to be on the rise. >> shiri: not going to be as warm and 10
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tuesday, even wednesday we hang on to those 40s, but things start to cool down thursday, friday, cool enough, in fact, for another round of snow and closely watching late week nor'easter that has potential, not guarantee, potential of reaching us. so this is the deal. this is tomorrow's weather maker but got warm air that's going to move in up ahead of it and gives the temperatures a boost, but also makes it so it is rain that we are talking about for tuesday afternoon. not snow. 27 temperature right now in boston, winds are going to be under 10 miles per hour today so lighter winds sunshine all just going to make it feel so much warmer than it was yesterday and temperatures going to be pretty similar, 30 at 10:00 this morning, by noon time 33, we get into the middle thirties in boston, back down to freezing by 6:00 this evening. future cast going to show you sunshine, couple scattered clouds, more so into central western massachusetts and southern new hampshire and so i'm going to keep with the
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clouds thicken up from time to time and tomorrow morning start out partly sunny, this is noon time tomorrow and things start changing because we are going to push in more clouds, temperatures will be into the 40s but with it also comes higher moisture, the result is patchy showers talk see passing on through during the afternoon and evening. not a lot of wet weather though. thing i want to point out, probably going to have a come more showers than you actually see here with future cast, especially southeastern mass and a lot more dry verses wet spots here for the day on tuesday. 34 today in boston and lawrence, 35 in norwood, 36 in fitchburg and middle 30s up into manchester and keene, new hampshire, 35 plymouth down into hyannis as well, under mostly sunny skies. tonight 20s back on the map but check it out, tomorrow how about 49 in new bedford and plymouth, 47 in boston, 45 in fitchburg, 44 manchester, going to be a lot warmer but as saw you, there's the risk for spot showers. here is 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, keeping
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wednesday but it is not until thursday night and friday that we got to keep the eyes peeled for the next storm system. it is not a slam dunk because i only got one forecast model bringing in the mix of snow and rain that you can see here eastern and southeastern massachusetts, something that watch that we will fine-tune and then over the weekend keeping it mostly dry with temps in the 40s. back to you guys. >> sara: police officer bring very big backup game. why shaq took on group of teenagers in the middle of the streets. >> catherine: coming up new at 9:00, new warning by the announcer: where do you line up
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